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New Graduate - Registered Nurse - Immediate Start

Sydney Adventist Hospital, fondly known as 'the San', is operated by Adventist HealthCare (AHCL) - a Christian not-for-profit organisation. The San is NSW’s largest private hospital with over 700 beds, employing over 2300 staff, 500 volunteers and 1000 accredited medical officers.

The hospital offers the latest services and facilities, including 23 operating theatres and endoscopy suites, 3 cardiac catheterisation laboratories, NSW’s largest private 24x7 Emergency department, intensive care and coronary care units, renal dialysis unit, rehabilitation and sleep studies units, a leading multi-disciplinary Integrated Cancer Centre, and an extensive range of diagnostic, allied health and support services. Dedicated to being at the forefront of technology, the San has an advanced robotic surgery unit, state-of-the-art hybrid operating theatre, and the latest in surgical and diagnostic imaging.

Our Mission

Caring for the community since 1903, the hospital’s reputation for exceptional care is built on the continuous provision of leading medical & surgical care, supported by the expertise, commitment and compassion of our people, and our faith-based approach to caring for the whole person – which is reflected in our Mission ‘Christianity in Action – caring for the body, mind and spirit of our patients, colleagues, community and ourselves’.

Our 12-month New Graduate Nurse Program commences on 14 February and 28 March 2022. The Graduate Nurse program will support you in the transition from a student nurse to the Registered Nurse role within our Acute Care setting. During the program you will have the opportunity to develop your skills within speciality areas under the guidance of experienced and supportive staff.

The successful applicant will meet the following criteria:


  • Eligible for registration as a Registered Nurse with the Nurses and Midwives Registration Board (AHPRA), including English language requirements
  • Australian Citizenship (eligible to work in Australia, full time hours, or citizens residing in Australia who hold a current
  • Special Category permit and have Permanent Resident status)
  • Must be able to work a minimum of 32 hours per week on a rotating roster
  • Demonstrated high-level of interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
  • Current clinical knowledge and clinical problem-solving ability
  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team
  • Understanding of professional, ethical and legal requirements
  • Completion of studies within 12 months of the program start date
  • NSW Health DETECT and BloodSafe certificates.

Salary is dependent upon classification and in accordance in the AHCL Nursing Employees Enterprise Agreement 2020.

Enquiries should be addressed to:

Karen Jessop (Tuesday, Wednesday)
Ph (02) 9480 9654


Sue Berriman (Monday, Thursday)
Ph (02 9480 9039

Please include a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and current curriculum vitae in your application

The following check will be carried out on all prospective employees applying for positions that have been identified as working with children – national criminal record; apprehended violence orders; and completed disciplinary proceedings in previous employment.

Closed 6 months ago
Closed 6 months ago
  • Job type:Entry Level Jobs
  • Disciplines:

    Health, Nursing and Midwifery

  • Work rights:

    New Zealand Citizen, Australian Permanent

  • Locations:


  • Closing Date:25th Jul 2021, 1:59 pm


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